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This book is the result of years of reading and thinking about, and discussing, the origin, nature, and purpose of mathematics.
Why is it so important for the Christian to behold the glory of God reflected in mathematics or anywhere else?
If there is “something there” in mathematics, the Christian cannot escape the consequences of the universal quantifiers which saturate Colossians 1:15–20.
There are two directions of mathematical inquiry: it can either penetrate into the other sciences, or it can mind its own business.
Christians believe the Mind partially revealed behind mathematics to be God’s.
If mathematics is already thought out and constructed by someone, it is logical that there would be no contradictions.
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